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Bike Locks Snipped, Pregnant Cashier Pushed and Profanities Carved on a Truck

A roundup of the week's police log includes several bike thefts, a man assaulting a pregnant cashier and some possible repeat offender fender benders.

 

Tuesday, July 24

6:41 a.m. - A resident of Robertson Terrace reported that someone backed into his black Honda SUV, smashing the front-end. The man reported that this was the second time the incident had happened, he suspects the paperboy. 

12:28 p.m. - Someone decided to steal a parking meter. Whether the meter was lying on the ground, operational, or ripped off of the street is unclear.

Wednesday, July 25

3:58 p.m. - A 14-year-old male had his silver Marin Mt. Tam mountain bike stolen from a bike rack, where it was locked. The estimated value for the bike is around $1,000.

6:17 p.m. - A woman reported that she road her $1,500 white Santa Cruz Julianna mountain bike to a local market and secured it with a lock and chain before she entered the store. While she was in the store for 20 minutes, the chain and lock were cut and the bike was stolen.

Thursday, July 26

6:45 p.m. - A resident of Monte Vista Ave. reported that $80 cash was stolen from a mail box. The bills are not identifiable, there is no description for a suspect and no similar incidents have been reported.

Friday, July 27

3:33 p.m. - Two Fender speakers and an auxilary cord were reported stolen from a camp being held on Sycamore Avenue. The approximate value is $500.

4:52 p.m. - A man pushed a pregnant cashier at on East Blithedale. Although the man is suspected of assault, the victim requested no action and the subject is no longer welcome on the premises.

Saturday, July 28

7:51 a.m. - A man's blue Nissan truck had the word "dead" along with several curse words carved into its side. The subject, who carved the words on Greenwood Way, is unknown.

9:28p.m. - A dog on Kipling Dr. was reportedly inside a home with no lights on, barking loudly all day. The person who reported the incident thought the animal might be distressed. An officer checked on the dog's welfare and the animal did not seem bothered, just loud.

Sunday, July 29

12:53 a.m. - Someone heard a group of juveniles crash into a parked car on Lovell Ave. followed by the sound of juveniles running away.

1:01 a.m. - A noise disturbance on Ethel Ave. described as loud music and yelling caused an officer to approach a small adult gathering and ask that the music be turned off.

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